Brexit: The fallout

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But Keleth... it was posted after Beer O'Clock so the alchie feels he is entitled to say these things..

 

It really is a shame that he is like this...   Putting folks on ignore because the truth hurts, then taking them off the ignore list after an hour or so....

Getting drunk and falling of his bike....    

 

Having car accidents etc etc.. Familly bailing him out... 

 

Building websites, apps and boat building are his hobbies but absolutely no proof of any acheivement.. 

 

TBH, I am not surprised he turns to booze!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, hellfire99 said:

Can you link an article to that because I have never read anything of the likes

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1231190/brexit-news-uk-eu-trade-deal-uk-fishing-waters-eu27-gavin-barwell

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/aug/31/myth-brexit-bonanza-uk-fishing-exposed-no-deal

https://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/economics-and-finance/brexit-talks-will-show-why-a-better-deal-for-uk-fisheries-is-not-on-the-menu

https://www.dw.com/en/uk-fishing-industry-or-brexits-red-herrings/a-51418061

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1231412/Brexit-news-Boris-Johnson-fisheries-uk-fishing-Brexit-Party-MEP-June-Mummery

11 hours ago, hellfire99 said:

How many fishermen told you that?

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/mar/23/britains-fishing-fleet-and-brexit-promises-key-questions-answered

 

11 hours ago, hellfire99 said:

Irrelevant, but we have already established that you simply vote for the color and not the policy. Ridiculous. 

Because the policies of the Labour Party have always been seen by me to be better than the Torys which is exactly why I wouldn`t have voted Labour this time because their policies were so far out of it.

13 hours ago, hellfire99 said:

The UK safety standards were fine before they joined the EU.  Can you let me know any specific things that they are doing, please? 

Actually from what I remember many were better.

However that they won`t be lowered is a question of trust and how many people trust the Govt (Well apart from you)

Plus workers rights is the real test as to what they`ll do with that.This is the same govt that thinks zero hour contracts are a good thing.

11 hours ago, hellfire99 said:

I guess you know each and everyone of them to make such a sweeping statement? 

Nope but have absolutely no sympathy for a group of people and businesses that brought the country to its knees while enriching themselves even to the extent of taking their bonuses after they`d been bailed out.So anyone who joins that line of work since then also gets no sympathy.

Which is exactly why I mentioned Iceland.

 

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Thanks @Keleth for sticking with it and answering to all these insults with precise and valid reposts.  

@SpiderPig while I agree to those posts being ridiculous sometimes I feel you are slightly overusing your accusations of people either being alchies or druggies if you dont agree to their posts. So far I havn't bothered counting them but maybe you want to go back through your own posts to check it out. You've been banned as well several times for your posts so you might want to start seeing other sides as interesting points instead of reasons to raise hell. 

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6 minutes ago, Wherearewegoingto said:

Thanks @Keleth for sticking with it and answering to all these insults with precise and valid reposts.  

@SpiderPig while I agree to those posts being ridiculous sometimes I feel you are slightly overusing your accusations of people either being alchies or druggies if you dont agree to their posts. So far I havn't bothered counting them but maybe you want to go back through your own posts to check it out. You've been banned as well several times for your posts so you might want to start seeing other sides as interesting points instead of reasons to raise hell. 

I`ll stick up for SP here.

He and others on here actually know J2 and they all know he`s an alchie so that his posts are influenced oft by his inebriated state of mind.

To be honest I really hope it is alcohol that influences his posts and beliefs because if not he has a serious mental health problem.

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Is that meant to say that J2, John g. And HF99 are the same person behind? Because right of the top of my head I remember  all of them were dubbed being alchies recently. 

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2 minutes ago, Wherearewegoingto said:

Is that meant to say that J2, John g. And HF99 are the same person behind?

No.. J² and John G are 2 separate clowns...  

 

HF99 is a troll account...   Not quite sure who it is... but I have noticed that my stalker hasnt been online since end of december, around the sametime HF99 re-appeared... 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Wherearewegoingto said:

Is that meant to say that J2, John g. And HF99 are the same person behind? Because right of the top of my head I remember  all of them were dubbed being alchies recently. 

Nah HF99 is just a bit of a troll although a funny one rather than  a nasty one.

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8 hours ago, Keleth said:

Nah HF99 is just a bit of a troll although a funny one rather than  a nasty one.

 

Funny? Well, I think my dog is gorgeous and other people find his looks terrifying. I guess it's in the eye of the beholder.

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9 hours ago, Keleth said:

Nah HF99 is just a bit of a troll although a funny one rather than  a nasty one.

Wait a moment - strike that and reverse it.

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2 minutes ago, Wherearewegoingto said:

He really did? I missed that somehow?

 

Is is not written as plainly as the HIGNFY post, but that is basically what is being stated:

 

https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/business/boris-johnson-looking-to-protect-uk-based-car-manufacturers-from-brexit-976783.html

 

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/jan/22/north-backed-brexit-feel-costs-tory-mps

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From 'Brits In Germany'

 

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When the UK leaves the EU, travel document requirements will not change immediately for UK nationals travelling in and out of Germany.

 

A valid UK passport will remain sufficient for travel within the Schengen Area until the end of the implementation period (31 December 2020). What happens after that is subject to future negotiations with the EU.

 

We will update the Living in Germany guide (gov.uk/livingingermany) as soon as further information is available. Ensure you don’t miss it by signing up for email updates (https://www.gov.uk/email-signup/…).

 

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7 minutes ago, Wulfrun said:

From 'Brits In Germany'

 

When the UK leaves the EU, travel document requirements will not change immediately for UK nationals travelling in and out of Germany.

 

A valid UK passport will remain sufficient for travel within the Schengen Area until the end of the implementation period (31 December 2020). What happens after that is subject to future negotiations with the EU.

 

We will update the Living in Germany guide (gov.uk/livingingermany) as soon as further information is available. Ensure you don’t miss it by signing up for email updates (https://www.gov.uk/email-signup/…).

 

 

What kind of statement is this?  (Not blaming your @Wulfrun you are just the messenger)

 

Brits have always need a passport to travel to everywhere in the EU because they don't have ID cards (except for RoI with whom we have a common travel area).

So who would believe that this would change after EU exit?

 

 

Of course in the other direction (EU citizens travelling to UK), the UK have said that they will no longer accept ID cards and require travellers to have passports in the future.

 

 

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33 minutes ago, dj_jay_smith said:

When the UK leaves the EU, travel document requirements will not change immediately for UK nationals travelling in and out of Germany.

 

That is all they are saying.  And that they will provide update about other requirements needed when ETIAS comes into force in 202?

 

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I think my passport has "European Union" stamped across the front of it... 

 

Maybe that has something to do with it... dunno.. 

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28 minutes ago, snowingagain said:

 

That is all they are saying.  And that they will provide update about other requirements needed when ETIAS comes into force in 202?

 

 

Yes, but what other pointless statements are they going to post:  

 

When the UK leaves the EU, Wales will still remain part of the United Kingdom.

When the UK leaves the EU, vehicles will still continue to drive on the left side of the road.

When the UK leaves the EU, the average IQ of the Brexit voter will remain below 80.

 

 

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4 hours ago, SpiderPig said:

I think my passport has "European Union" stamped across the front of it...

 

Mine also - issued January 2018 so its good for some time to come!

 

(Maybe by the time 2028 comes along Boris & Fromage will both be in the Tower & GB will be back in the club).

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